Edoardo is a second-year PhD student in economics at London School of Economics and Political Science and a student member of the Centre for Macroeconomics. Before joining LSE, he was awarded an MSc in Economics and Social Sciences from Università Bocconi in 2017 and a BSc in International Economics, Management and Finance, also from Università Bocconi, in 2014.
Edoardo’s research interests lie in international finance, monetary and fiscal policies, and household heterogeneity. His current projects deal with the business cycle implications of the heterogeneous exposure to the exchange rate through foreign financial asset holdings in small open economies, and the relevance of fiscal-monetary policy interactions for business cycle stabilisation in both open and closed economy.
Macroeconomics, International Economics, International Finance
Centre for Macroeconomics
EC321: Monetary Economics
EC413: Macroeconomics for MSc
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